Kathy Bell’s Art Show

by Sep 1, 2009Culture0 comments

If you’re in the Greenville, SC area, you need to check out the show that’s currently up in the Sargent Art Building. It has to be my favorite of all the dozens I’ve seen there over the years. My old calligraphy teacher, Mrs. Kathy Bell (wife of Bob Bell, my Hebrew teacher, and mother of David Bell, my Freshman English teacher), has produced God-glorifyingly creative, beautiful, skillful pieces that were a thrill to experience. Her work is classic without being stodgy, and it was a trip to see her stuff from the 60s!

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